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After nearly a year of speculation, and one sizzling teaser image, we can finally pour over Kate Moss’ full Playboy spread.
We never thought we’d fine Marge Simpson hiding in a stack of Playboys, and yet here she is showing up Kate Moss.
Here it is, folks: John Galliano as British Vogue‘s special guest editor, styling his model friend Kate Moss for the glossy’s December 2013 issue and Moss’ 34th turn as a cover star.
Last week it was announced Kate Moss and Johnny Depp would reunite for Paul McCartney’s music video ‘Queenie Eye’. What we didn’t know is that a whole host of stars would be joining McCartney at Abbey Road Studios to film the
video legend fest, including — deep breath – Laura Bailey, Lily Cole, Alice Eve, Meryl Streep, Jude Law, Sean Penn, James Cordon, Gary Barlow and Tom freakin’ Ford.
Kate Moss, who has 33 British Vogue covers to her name, is joining the magazine as a contributing fashion editor. Her first story will be featured in the forthcoming spring issue, with her choice of models and photographers.
Attention shoppers, Mossy x Topshop is back!
We love Kate Moss at any decade, but no one can deny that there was something very Kate about the ’90s and this outtake is just too good.
How fitting (?) that on the eve of London Fashion Week Net-a-Porter honors the world’s most beloved British supermodel by printing pictures of her perched precariously on some fake rocks in “spindly, pearl-encrusted Alexander McQueen heels.”
Sneakerheads have even more competition for the next kicks du jour. Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, and Kylie Minougue have each designed limited edition adidas trainers, which means that the sample sale shopping fashion junkies will be unleashed - and we know that this can yield some serious destruction.
NSFW, but it’s Sunday, so who cares?
In all our excitement over who’s appearing on the cover of which September issues, we totally forgot about out one major category: The men’s mags. And those often turn out to the be the most interesting, because you can’t take off all your underwear and get vagazzled to the nines under the eye of Anna Wintour.
If Lila Moss is already quoting The Devil Wears Prada, she really is on the fast track to fashion world domination.
We know people will spend millions for that nude on a couch pic by Mario Sorrenti hitting Christies this fall, but we’re more interested in the 3-D hologram that’s up for grabs. Huh?
At this year’s Met Gala we saw fashion mashing the subculture with anything it damn well pleased. Katy Perry did ‘Junk’ (Joan of Arc Punk), Kim Kardashian did ‘Sunk’ (Sofa Punk), Anna Wintour did Knup (exactly the opposite of punk) and Miley Cyrus did something we don’t even want to think of a word for. At the other end of the spectrum is Versace and ‘Vunk’, a mash-up that’s amazing because it’s so shameless in marrying 1970s street culture to everything it would hate most.
Rather than ruminating on all the amazing live music you’ll be missing this weekend in favor of an accidental sunburn from the farmer’s market and some light retail therapy (well, that’s what our weekend looks like), turn that frown upside down with pics from the G-fest going back to nearly a decade ago. Remember a lady named Gaga? She was there! And so was Kate Moss!
Lara, Miranda, Karlie, Candice: The first four segments of Vogue Australia’s five-part ‘Model Series’ collectors edition have featured four of the most in-demand names in the business. This month, the glossy pertinently nabbed none other than humanoid fountain of youth Kate Moss to front their latest cover.
Last week, we felt closer to Kate Moss than ever before when we were privy to a private phone call of hers. But it appears that the supermodel is about to become even less of a unicorn now that she has given her nanny and close friend, Mary Davidson, the go-ahead to speak out as part of a new TV documentary about the Primrose Hill Set, the elite group of Brit stars who achieved success in the the mid ’90s, held fabulous parties in Notting Hill, and had personal lives ripe with tabloid fodder.
Kate Moss manages to be everywhere, and still remain an enigma. She’s just so cool. So whenever a candid moment from the supermodel comes along, we get a little click-happy. One such moment surfaced this morning on Nick Grimshaw’s Radio 1 show — the same show that invited her on the air to do a steamy reading of Fifty Shades of Grey.
There seem to be just two words on the minds of beauty marketers these days: Kate Moss. First the super landed a big money, in-the-buff campaign with St. Tropez, and now Kérastase has announced that she will front the ads for its debut styling line, Couture Styling. Read on to see if you think Ms. Moss’ locks get the job done.